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How will I know if I will use nein or kein? Thank you!

For learning: German
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    "Nein" means no, as in answer to a question, whereas "kein" is used before a noun to denote its absence, like "I DON'T have a dog/ I have no dog" would be a situation in which you use kein (or in this case, keinen). "Ich habe KEINEN Hund".

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